Optegra’s eye hospital in London offers a wide range of eye treatments, from vision correction – including laser eye surgery and lens replacement – to medical procedures such as cataract surgery and eyelid surgery.
Conditions we treat in London
Our glaucoma service monitors your eyes for a 12-month period to identify any potential risks. A final review is then carried out with recommendations for patient discharge or further monitoring.
Optegra has treated over 1 million patients with either cataract replacement or refractive surgery. Our cataract surgery in London is available privately or through the NHS.
Our London eye hospital can treat both acute and long term floaters, as well as establishing any underlying causes.
Small tears in the retina can increase floaters, flashing lights and the likelihood of visual loss. Treatment is dependent on your condition, so following a consultation we will advise you of the best route to cure your retinal detachment.
Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
Our eye hospital in London deals with both dry and wet age-related macular degeneration.
Diabetic-Related Eye Conditions
Diabetes can cause cataracts, glaucoma and retinal damage. One of our ophthalmic surgeons in London will determine suitability and explain the best treatment options available for your particular circumstances.
We offer a range of treatments for eyelid conditions for both cosmetic and medical reasons.
Laser Eye Surgery
Treatments available in London
Our innovative laser eye procedures can correct eyesight problems including astigmatism, short sight and long sight. Treatments include LASEK
treatments depending upon your personal condition. Consultations for our laser eye surgery are currently free of charge
Our innovative, state of the art procedure for lens replacement is called Clarivu
and could benefit anyone with long or short-sightedness, cataracts, astigmatism, presbyopia or dependence on glasses/contact lenses.
A corneal graft replaces your cornea with a new one, usually down to corneal dystrophy. Your surgeon will advise whether a corneal graft or alternative treatment is the best option for you at the time of your consultation.
Our London eye hospital can replace your cataracts and reduce your dependence on glasses.